Become a Member

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There's an old adage that says that you just can't have too many friends.  That's not just true personally, but in business too.  Membership in Metropolitan Washington Association of Independent Insurance Agents (MWAIIA) will connect you to an outstanding network of people that understand what you do and can support you and your agency.  We also have a wide range of tools and resources that will help your agency grow.​

Get Connected with local agents who support each other and understand your challenges.  Participate in social & networking events that give the chance to get to know others in your insurance community. 

Get Connected with the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (The Big "I"), the largest National Association representing Independent Insurance Agents.  From the monthly magazine to national lobbying, the Big "I" provides you timely information and protects your interests.  There's an entire team of professionals at IIABA and at MWAIIA that can help you find answers when you need them.

Get Connected to information, information and people who can answer questions, provide input and guide your agency to excellence.  From features like "Ask the expert" to online resources on a wide range of timely and relevant topics, if you need an answer, we'll find it!

There's never been a better time to join MWAIIA, the Metro DC affiliate of the Big "I".  It's easy, just complete the application, it only takes a few minutes!  It's time to Get Connected

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Ready​ to Join?

Click here to download a membership application

View a list of current MWAIIA Members.

Is your agency a member of Independent Insurance Agents of America (IIABA) through another state association?  

If so, you can join MWAIIA at a minimal cost to you. To become a Special Member, please complete our application below.
Special Member Dues application

Not an Agent?

Insurance Carriers and other insurance professionals can become involved in MWAIIA.  

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Dues Deductibility

Dues for MWAIIA are not deductible as a charitable contribution, but may be deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense.

A portion of dues, however, is not deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense to the extent that MWAIIA, through IIABA, engages in federal lobbying. 

The non-deductible portion of dues for IIABA for 2016-17 was 18.72%, therefore the non-deductible portion of MWAIIA dues for 2016-17 was 9.01%.​

For 2017-18, IIABA estimated the non-deductible portion will be 19.15%, therefore, the non-deductible portion of MWAIIA Dues for 2017-18 is estimated to be 11.19%.